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"Toys for Tots" Needs Your Help

     Toys for Tots is a yearly campaign to bring joy to thousands of kids around town but your help is still needed. Joining us this morning is Staff Sergeant Billy Parrish.

Que Pasa: Fun Events in El Paso

It's time for our "Que Pasa" segment and joining us now is Kimberly Foster from Destination El Paso. She has everything we need to know to plan your weekend.

'Orange Out Canutillo Day' planned for Canutillo HS football team

The celebrations will continue Thursday in Canutillo for what is now known as "Orange Out Canutillo Day".

Sun City will be filled with holiday cheer this weekend

STARTING THURSDAY Santa Claus Visits at Public Libraries December 11 - December 20 Various Branches Call (915) 543-5433 for visit elpasolibrary.org for more information

Hospital CEO to return to the spotlight Friday during special meeting

The CEO of University Medical Center will be back in the spotlight Friday as the hospital's board of managers deliberates his performance expectations.

CCA Offers Guidance to Courts Trying Teens as Adults

A Houston teen sentenced to 30 years in prison should not have been tried as an adult, the state's highest criminal court ruled Wednesday in a decision calling for greater judicial scrutiny before young defendants are transferred into the a

Ronald McDonald House in El Paso offers home away from home for families of sick children

Many families look forward to being around family during the holidays, but that's not always an option for a lot of out-of-town families who travel to El Paso to get medical treatment for their children.

Ronald McDonald House in El Paso offers home away from home for families of sick children

Many families look forward to being around family during the holidays, but that's not always an option for a lot of out-of-town families who travel to El Paso to get medical treatment for their children.

Troops out of Ebola isolation open up about experience

NewsChannel 9 got a chance to catch up with a pair of U.S. service members, fresh out of Ebola isloation at Fort Bliss.

Local shelter receives federal grant to assist victims of human trafficking

A local shelter for victims of human trafficking is getting a grant from the federal government worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Excitement building for Friday's Canutillo High School football game

Eagle fever is spreading beyond Canutillo. Nearly everyone in the small town is anxiously waiting for Friday’s big class 5A semifinal football game.

O'Rourke advocates for grass at Fort Bliss National Cemetery

El Paso Congressman Beto O’Rourke has long been an advocate of bringing grass back to Fort Bliss National Cemetery.

El Paso ID program aims to aid undocumented

A border immigrant rights group is set to launch efforts Wednesday to create a municipal ID for residents who don't have access to current forms of state identification.

Magoffin Home holiday open house this weekend

You're invited to the Magoffine Home Visitors Center grand opening and holiday open house December 13.  Please join us for a joyful evening as the Magoffin Home comes alive with the sights and sounds of the season.

State sued for "stifling the Texas Craft Beer Renaissance"